HR Value Partners, LLC

Machining Apprentice

HR Value Partners, LLC - Racine, WI

FISCHER USA-Apprentice-Machining

What you’ll do:

In FISCHER USA's Registered State of Wisconsin CNC Machinist Apprenticeship you will be trained a variety of manufacturing processes including CNC turning, milling, grinding, and programming. If learning from a qualified machinist or journeyman coupled with classroom machining fundamentals sounds like your type of learning environment this is the gig for you! You will get hands on training on all aspects of manufacturing including maintaining and servicing equipment, machine programming and operation, inspection equipment and techniques.

The Benefits of a FISCHER USA Apprenticeship:

Hands-on Career Training

You receive practical on-the-job training working alongside and experienced machinist to learn aspects of machining and servicing equipment, programming and operation as well as inspection equipment and techniques.

100% of Educational Costs Sponsored by FUSA

You'll get hands-on training and earn college credit towards your Machinist Apprenticeship.

A Paycheck

From day one, you will earn a paycheck guaranteed to increase over time as you learn the skills of your new career. You are paid for hours attended at school in addition to hours worked.

Access to full-time benefits

Full-Time Machinist Apprentices are eligible for employee benefits such as health insurance, 401K employer match, vacation-time, paid holidays and more.

A Career

Once you complete your apprenticeship, you will be on your way to a successful long-term career with competitive wages, and no educational debt.

National Industry Certification

Upon completion of your apprenticeship, you'll get a nationally recognized journeman’s certification and can take it anywhere in the U.S.

Learning Opportunities:

  • FISCHER USA’s training program together with your hard work and study will transform you from a person with mechanical aptitude into a highly skilled machinist prepared for a successful metalworking career.
  • 8,320 creditable training hours, 576 hours of classroom instruction, as outlined in the training plan approved by the State of Wisconsin.
  • Under direct supervision, develop the skills to set-up and operate Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) machine(s) and manual manufacturing equipment.
  • Learn how to read CNC programs, make necessary offsets, and machine parts to close tolerances.
  • Deburr sharp corners or edges from parts providing the final part quality.
  • Learn to read and comprehend blueprints and use Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing.
  • Responsible for inspection of his/her own work.
  • Participate in efforts to continually improve processes.
  • Must be willing to perform other tasks as required.
  • Follow quality and safety rules.

Who we are.

FISCHER USA is a customer focused market leader of innovative service and design solutions for machine tools in the field of High Speed Spindle [HSS] systems. We are passionate about our work, inspired by the impact it has on our business and our customers.

Posted On: Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Compensation: $15 - $20 per hour

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